Enrique A Diaz is a senior partner at Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados, where he is head of the industrial and intellectual property department and a Latin American expert. Mr Diaz is also in charge of the regulatory group.
Enrique A Diaz is a 2001 attorney graduate of the Centro Universitario Mexico (Mexico City) specialised in intellectual and industrial property law by the Panamerican University (Mexico City).
His practice areas include but are not limited to: industrial property rights and intellectual property enforcement; intellectual property infringement; intellectual property licensing; intellectual property litigation; intellectual property protection; international licensing; intellectual property rights; internet intellectual property; software licensing; international copyright law; copyright licensing; copyright enforcement; copyright infringement; trademark and patent filing and prosecution in Mexico and Latin American countries; trade names; trade dress protection; trademark and patent infringement; trademark registration; trademark litigation; domain names disputes; patent licensing; patent litigation; entertainment law; regulatory matters before COFEPRIS and administrative authorities.
Enrique was admitted as an attorney at Goodrich the same year he finished law school and ever since has been dedicated to playing a key role in his firm’s development, achieving the highest standards of excellence in all his enterprises. He was made junior partner in 2006, and then senior partner in 2010, becoming the youngest lawyer to have been made senior partner in the firm’s history.
He is currently a foreign expert on Latin American intellectual property, managing the prosecution of over 3,500 trademarks and more than 1,000 patents per year; he also files and handles over 400 litigations in Mexico alone, in connection to patents, trademarks, copyrights and regulatory matters.
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